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Eat for Charity
Book your table in a restaurant through Whichtable and we will make a donation to a charity of your choice for every person that you book online.
How does it work?
Whichtable rewards you with a number of reward points for every person that you book in one of our member restaurants. You can exchange the reward points for a donation to a charity. Each reward point can be exchanged for 1p donation. Many restaurants will earn you 50 reward points per person, meaning that each person booked online, earns 50p donation for your chosen charity. The reward points can alternatively be exchanged for prizes such as free meals.
How can I exchange my points for donations?
To exchange your points for a donation, just login into your account as normal and click the charity donation link. You may wish to first check and make sure that you have earned enough reward points. You need a minimum of 1000 reward points to make a donation. Donations are made in increments of 10. Meaning that you need to exchange the points in multiple of 1000 points for donation. For example if you have 1500 points, you can make a donation of 10, whilst 500 points will remain in your account towards your next exchange.
How long does it take you to make the donation?
We do it immediately, and we ask the charity to send you a receipt for the donation.
What if I can not find the charity of my choice in your list?
You can add any charity to our list and make your donation to that charity as long as the charity is registered in the UK.
We are a UK registered charity and would like to appear in yor list. How can we list ourselves?
Please follow the link below to include your charity in our list.

Add a new charity
Who is listed?
Abbeyfield
Ability Sports Ltd
Action For Kids
Actors' Benevolent Fund
Afghanaid
Age Concern
Alzheimer's Research Trust
Alzheimer's Society
Alzheimer's Support
Amnesty International
Arthritis Research Campaign
Association of Wheelchair Children
Barnardo's
Bowel Cancer UK
Brain and Spine Foundation
Breast Cancer Campaign
British Heart Foundation
Cancer Research UK
Canon Collins Trust
Children's Family Trust
Christian Aid
Christian Solidarity Worldwide
Christians Against Poverty
Coram Family
Down's Syndrome Association
Epilepsy Research Foundation
Forum for the Future
Friends of the Earth
Greek Animal Welfare Fund
Greenpeace
Help the Aged
Hope for Children
Hospitality Action
I CAN
International Animal Rescue
Islamic Relief Worldwide
Jewish Association for the Mentally Ill
Kidney Research UK
Kids
Kids Company
LEPRA
Lifewords
Link Community Development
Marie Curie Cancer Care
Mencap
Mental Health Foundation
Motor Neurone Disease Association
Multiple Sclerosis Society
Nepal Leprosy Trust
Oxfam
Parkinson's Disease Society
People's Trust for Endangered Species
Pine Ridge Dog Sanctuary
Prison Reform Trust
Prostate Matters International
Refuge
Refugee Action
RNIB (Royal National Institute of the Blind)
Royal Parks Foundation
RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds)
RSPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals)
Samaritans
Save the Children
Scottish Women's Aid
Shelter
Sound Seekers
Sound Seekers (The Commonwealth Society for the Deaf)
SPANA
SPARKS
St Mungo's Projects
Telephone Helplines Association
The Big Issue
The British Red Cross Society
The Circulation Foundation
The Esther Benjamins Trust
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association
The Lord's Taverners
The Prince's Trust
The Prostate Cancer Charity
The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
The Royal British Legion
Training for Life
Universal Beneficent Society
Victoria and Albert Museum
War on Want
World Emergency Relief WER UK
XLP / SitCL
Breast Cancer Campaign is a charity registered by the Charity Commission for England and Wales (no. 299758) and a company limited by guarantee registered in England (no. 05074725) whose registered office is at Clifton Centre, 110 Clifton Street, London, EC2A 4HT.
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